BIGGAR was buzzing again, with the return of the Biggar Little Festival.

The jam-packed arts extravaganza, is being held over 10 days, from Thursday, October 20 and ending on Sunday, October 30.

Organisers have made this the biggest year yet, with a variety of 70 events on offer.

With an eclectic mix ranging of comedy and drama, to food, music, a beerfest and gin masterclass, the event has catered for everyone's tastes.

So far, the festival has held events such as; a tribute concert to ABBA, music from local artists Kings of Cheese and Floozie Soo, plus the Biggar Little Kite Festival has been soaring through the skies. 

For those who haven't had the chance to come down already, events will be held across the weekend, before drawing to a close.

Scottish comedian Fred MacAuley, best known for his appearances at the Edinburgh Festival and BBC Radio Scotland, is performing tonight (Friday, October 28) at the Municipal Hall in Biggar. 

Still to come on the lineup this weekend, a Dasterdly dinner is on store on Saturday lunchtime - with crime writer Lin Anderson, forensic scientist Professor Lorna Dawson joining for lunch and a discussion about forensics and crime. The event takes place between 12.30pm and 3.30pm.

Also on Saturday evening, Biggar Blues Night kicks off from 8pm until 10pm. The laid back concert is hosted by singer PJ Lynch and will be joined by some special guests.

Rounding off the event on Sunday, the Bigger Little Orchestra will take to the stage, with an evening of classical music conducted by Robert Dick. 

The orchestra are returning after their inaugural event last year, and will be joined by soloist and local singer Alison Bishop. The concert takes place from 7.30pm to 9.30pm.

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